Near the corner of Union Avenue and Conselyea Street in East Williamsburg, a modestly sized six-floor condominium is underway. Addressed 476 Union Avenue, the project is designed and developed by the Meshberg Group, who purchased a four-story, walk-up building formerly at the lot for $2.4 million. Rising from the structural bones of the prior building, the 8,650-square-foot development will offer nine condos that the team proclaims are where “Parisian style meets industrial craftsmanship.”
The building’s exterior will present a clean, modern aesthetic of white brick, dark metal spandrels, and large gridded windows with black mullions. Transluscent glass-block walls run up the southern portion of the street-facing facade providing privacy to bedroom and bathroom spaces.
Kitchens are provided with hand-made custom cabinetry, carrara marble backsplashes and countertops, Bertazzoni Pro Series ovens and cooktops, Liebherr paneled fridges, Bosch paneled dishwashers, Hansgrohe hardware, and under-cabinet lighting. Bathrooms are sheathed in oversized limestone floor tile, marble wall tiles, marble vanity counters, oversized glass-enclosed showers and custom walnut illuminated medicine cabinets.
Homes will range from studios to two-bedrooms and many will feature private outdoor ares. Just last week, three homes hit the market: a first-floor studio priced at $550,000 ($1,247 psf); a 668-square-foot one-bedroom home priced at $835,000 ($1,250 psf), and a two-bedroom on the fifth floor asking $1.525 million ($1,427 psf).
Occupancy is slated for 2017. View listings at CityRealty.
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